Baltimore Ravens 2023 season betting preview: Super Bowl odds, win total prediction, prop bets and more

Here's where the Baltimore Ravens stand in the futures market ahead of the 2023 season.

Jul 27, 2023; Owings Mills, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) passes the ball
Jul 27, 2023; Owings Mills, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) passes the ball / Brent Skeen-USA TODAY Sports

There was a point in the offseason where it looked like disaster might strike the Baltimore Ravens as their star quarterback, Lamar Jackson, was in the midst of a contract dispute.

Luckily for Ravens fans, not only did they figure things with out Jackson, but they also added a plethora of weapons for him to utilize this upcoming season. It should be an exciting campaign for Baltimore, who are looking to go on a postseason run.

If you want my best bet for the Ravens, you can find it in my "best futures bet for all 32 teams" article, which you can find here.

In this article, I'm going to break down the full list of betting odds available for the Ravens for the upcoming season, including their win projected and their odds to win Super Bowl 58.

Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl 58 odds

At +2000, the Ravens have the eighth best odds to win Super Bowl 58. The Chiefs, Eagles, Bills, 49ers, Bengals, Cowboys, and Jets are the seven teams that have better odds.

+2000 odds gives the Ravens an implied probability of lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy of 4.76%. A $100 bet on them to achieve the feat would win you a profit of $2,000.

It goes without saying that the success of the Ravens season comes down to the health of Lamar Jackson, who has failed to play a full season in two straight years. But, if he can remain healthy and return to his 2019 MVP form, the sky is the limit for the Ravens.

Jackson will have the most weapons he's ever had since joining the NFL. Odell Beckham Jr, Zay Flowers, and Mark Andrews will be his top targets.

Baltimore Ravens win total prediction for the 2023 season

There's no question that the Ravens are talented enough to reach 11 wins this season, but they've struggled the past couple of seasons when Jackson is out of the lineup. But, the biggest issue for them this season is how competitive the AFC is.

The AFC might be the strongest a conference has been over the past two decades resulting in the Ravens having one of the more difficult schedules in the NFL.

With that being said, it's not the offense that makes me confident in taking the OVER for the Ravens this year, it's their defense. The unit is a great mix or young talent and veteran leadership and I expect them to start to look like the dominant defense it has been for the better part of the past 20 years.

I like the OVER on their win total of 10.5.

Baltimore Ravens odds to win AFC North

As I wrote about in my "best bets for all 32 teams article", I think the Ravens can win the AFC North. This is what I wrote:

"Let’s start off by saying that John Harbaugh may just be the best coach in the NFL. The Ravens have been one of the most injured teams over the past few years, but yet Harbaugh continues to drag them to the playoffs including last year where they were a Sam Hubbard 99-yard fumble return away from beating the Bengals and advancing to the Divisional Round.

"Now, Lamar Jackson is re-signed and they have loaded up their offense with weapons like Odell Beckham Jr. and Zay Flowers to join the likes of Rashod Bateman and Mark Andrews.

"Then there’s their defense, which is spearheaded by the likes of Roquan Smith, Patrick Queen, Marlon Humphrey and Kyle Hamilton.

"The Bengals may be the preseason favorite, but I’ll take the Ravens to claim the division."

Baltimore Ravens odds to win AFC

Baltimore Ravens odds to make the playoffs

The Ravens may not be favored to win the AFC North, but they have favorable odds to at least make the playoffs with a wild card berth. At -170 odds, they have a 62.96% of making the postseason for the second straight season.

Best Baltimore Ravens season-long prop bet

Roquon Smith Tackles Leader (+1000)

Roquon Smith has been named to the All-Pro 1st team for two straight seasons, and he's coming off a year where he finished third in the NFL in combined tackles with 169. He was only 15 tackles away from the leader, Foye Olokun.

This isn't knew fo Smith, who finished fifth in tot tackles in 2021 and sixth in 2020. He has gotten closer to closer to being the NFL's tackles leader over the past three seasons and has increased his number of tackles in each of the last four years.

At 10/1, I think this is a great time to bet on him to finally lead the NFL in this stat.

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